Lawyer Mohamed Qadry, the civil right plaintiff in the case of tampering with the stock exchange, who is the bomber of the case being the first complainant to the Public Prosecution in the presence of irregularities in the sale of the National Bank of Egypt, filed a lawsuit against the Governor of the Central Bank, in the State Council, calling for the nullity of the purchase of the National Bank of Egypt for its Violations of the Central Bank Law.
Qadri submitted the lawsuit No. 53660 of the year 73 for an urgent opening of all investment disputes in the State Council, demanding first that the case be accepted in form, and before deciding on the matter, stopping the implementation of the negative decision not to nullify the purchase of the National Bank of Egypt, according to the breach of this transaction of violations that fall within the stipulations of the article 51 of the Central Bank Law.
Qadri demanded, through the lawsuit submitted to the State Council, that the sale of the National Bank of Egypt be null and void, and the consequences it would have on the Kuwaiti National Bank’s ownership of the bank’s shares, and that the defendant be charged expenses and attorneys ’fees, with the substantive part covered with expedited access without bail.
Qadri clarified that he relied in his lawsuit on the report of the committee set up by the Criminal Court in the case of “manipulating the stock exchange”, which decided that the deal to sell the National Bank of Egypt was a null and void deal in violation of the Central Bank of Egypt law.
The Cairo Criminal Court, held in the Police Academy, ruled that the criminal case of the accused Ayman FH, the acquittal of Alaa and Gamal Mubarak and 7 others in the case known to the media “for tampering with the stock exchange, be dismissed. The verdict was issued under the chairmanship of Counselor Khalil Omar Abdel Aziz, and the membership of advisers Mustafa Rashad Abdel Tawab and Mohamed Sherif Sabry, the secretariat of Muhammad Suleiman and Hamdi Darwish.